The Ajax manager claimed his fourth consecutive Eredivisie title on Sunday and has made yet another hint that he would be interested in moving to the Premier League
De Boer led the Godenzonen to their - and his - fourth consecutive Eredivisie title with a 1-1 draw at Heracles on Sunday, a feat unmatched by one manager in the Netherlands, and has been heavily linked with the Spurs job.
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Speaking to NOS, De Boer said: "I want to add something to a club, build something. - I won't be talking to other clubs til after May 3.
"After the last match on May 3 I will think about this possibility. I will have talks and will listen to their offer. After that I will decide on how I feel."
De Boer has been at Ajax since 2010 - his first managerial job - after playing 432 times for the Dutch champions and has fuelled speculation that he is inclined to move to England.
He added: "I see a perspective at Tottenham Hotspur, just as Liverpool and Newcastle United sometimes are, they are sleeping giants.
"I want to add something to a club, so that people can see that this was the work of Frank de Boer. Liverpool is a great example of that. What Brendan Rodgers is doing now."
De Boer is highly sought-after and has been linked with replacing Claudio Ranieri at Monaco, but the 43-year-old played down interest in the job at the Ligue 1 club.
"I don't have anything with Monaco, that's a club that has arrived already," he insisted.
In an interview with Voetball International, De Boer moved to clarify some of his comments to NOS, saying: "Spurs have indicated that they would like to talk to me after this season. I told them that I first want to end this season with Ajax in a positive way. And after that, I would like to listen to Tottenham. Nothing more, nothing less.
"They didn't contact my agent Guido Albers yet. And let me be very clear about this: I don't have any intention to leave Ajax. We have a fantastic squad and I'm enjoying my work here at Ajax."
Tottenham and Ajax have a notable working relationship following the transfers of Jan Vertonghen and Christian Eriksen in the last two summer transfer windows.